/Viola Lee Blue "I Need Some Coke..." And "there Will Be A Slight Pause..." Stage Talk /One Kind Favor I Know You Rider You See A Broken Heart /It's A Sin P.A. And "tasting" And Tuning Stage Talk Beat It On Down The Line "Just Bearly" PA Stage Talk Heads Up "How's The PA Now" Stage Talk Next Time You See Me "Take A Break" And "Ice Cream" Stage Talk /Slow R And B Instrumental Noodling Onwards/ /Death Don't Have No Mercy (6:01) "A Little Tune Now Called The..." Midnight Hour/
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
Viola Lee Blues
One Kind Favor
I Know You Rider
You See A Broken Heart
It's A Sin
Beat It On Down The Line
Next Time You See Me
ice cream banter
Slow R and B instrumental
This is a remaster of shn id 81951.
Paul had heard the way that I had ewmastered a QMS show and wondered whether it might possible to do the same for this. It is a typical Bear mix with vocals in one channel and instruments in the other. So I agreed to see what could be done.
First I joined all the files together and loaded it into iZotope RX 8 Advanced. It is possible to split tracks into component parts and I ended up with four stereo files, vocals, bass, percussion and other instruments. This effectively gave me eight channels to work with.
I then loaded these four tracks into the multi-channel module of Adobe Audition 3 and set about adjusting levels track by track until I was reasonably happy with what I had. A mixdown was then made which I loaded into RX 8. I sent Paul a sample for him to listen to and he thought it sound ok but asked whether it might be possible to make the sound of Pigpen's organ more prominent as it was very low in the original mix. After several attempts I decided that the best way would ptobably be to add some eq. It has worked to some extent but not as much as we would like. I also eq'd the bass a little too.
"Heads Up" has a cut around 2:36, the two parts have been crossfaded together
I also removed quite a number of clicks.
We think that this sounds much better overall, the mix now gives a better listening experience.
Thanks to Paul for providing the original recording and his help with this project.
The most surprising thing to me about this Acid Test is that Tiny Tim was billed to appear, whether he did I don't know.
October 5, 2021 Subject:
so the ice cream isn't from the Danish Center?
or/ an ice creamman IS outside the studio?
or/ that cut not 03-19 ?
I can see the experts have this settled on date
is their anyone out there that remembers the ice cream?